Too Weird (BEN Drowned X Reader) Ch. 24
"You're going to... let me live?" You asked, finding your voice through the surprise. Upon hearing the news of your survival, you had gone into a minor phase of shock. Slenderman hadn't moved from his desk and instead leaned back in his chair with an air of impatience. "Yes. With conditions of course."
Conditions was the word you were expecting. BEN glanced at you from over his shoulder, a look of pure success across his features. "What conditions do you have, Slendyman?" BEN asked with an air of arrogance. Slenderman telepathically sighed before speaking. "Yes. Conditions. You, (Y/n), must become a killer if you want to remain alive. That and you must live here. You're parents may never, never know of this." Pain shot through your chest at the mention of your parents. Killing innocent human beings? You might, a very slim might, be able to handle that. But leaving your parents behind was a more complicated matter.
Too Weird (BEN Drowned X Reader) Ch. 23 "Damn you Jack." BEN growled and rolled his eyes. "I was kinda in the middle of something." He rose to his feet from his seat on the bed next to you. You let a small sigh escape your lips and stood up, joining him on his way to the door. "Is there any way to avoid this?" You asked hopefully, not prepared to officially meet the head of the house and the person looking forward to your immanent destruction. BEN shook his head, clearly expecting the question. "Of course not. It'd be worse if we didn't go." He said slowly, prolonging the time before he opened the door.
A small amount of fear swelled up in your chest, constricting your throat. You could feel tears prick at the corners of your eyes, but you swore that you wouldn't cry. You never hear of the brave heroines that cry in the face of death, even if they had potentially found the one man they wanted to love, be him killer or not. You had aspired to be strong when you had first met the killer you walked w
Too Weird (BEN Drowned X Reader) Ch. 18Chapter Eighteen
You flopped down onto the bench outside of the china shop. “Why are you doing this?” You asked BEN with an exhausted sigh. After (Bf/n) left, the elfish killer had dragged you out of the house. You had no idea why he found it necessary to walk you all around town, especially before lunch.
“Just bare with me (Y/n). It’ll be worth it in the end.” BEN smirked, taking a seat next to you. How today would ever be worth it was a lost concept to you. You folded your arms over your chest and stared at the gloomily gray sky. It perfectly reflected your mood at the moment, though it had nothing to do with spending the day with BEN. In fact, you would almost call it enjoyable running around town with the killer, if it wasn’t your birthday.
BEN leaned his back against your arm, green hat in your face. It smelled like lake water, but you actually didn’t mind it all that much. “So Birthday girl, why so gloomy?” BEN asked. You shru
Changing (Prince!PrussiaXReader) Ch. 6
Go to town, they said. It would be fun they said. Clearly 'they' had never had a flirtatious, needy prince tag along in 'their' wake.
Upon reaching the little town you had stumbled upon in your first trip to the castle, you discovered just how crowded it always was. People ran by in a hurry, pushing carts, carrying baskets, and towing children out of the way. I gripped the coins in my hand as a wagon rolled by barely an inch in front of me.
"This place is dangerous." I said with an awkward laugh. The town I lived in (or near) was small and quite quiet. Everyone knew everyone and you never nearly got ran over. Though, I suppose I must consider how far away our town was from the castle compared to this one. There was bound to be hundreds, maybe even thousands, of people living at the foot of the castle in the heart of trade and commerce.
Elizabeta glanced at me curiously, "Have you never been here?" She asked, a lo
Changing (Prince! Prussia X Reader) Chapter 4
A week had already gone by, clearly an easy task for me. Working in the kitchen wasn't a huge chore since that's one of the many things I had done back home. The toughest part was fighting back the regret of leaving my aunt in the manor alone. It was hard to see myself still stuck there though. Here, I was surrounded by large walls and bustling people. Even the ever present royalty was a nice change. Gilbert was always around, not talking to of course, but still there. The sighs that followed his passing was enough to drive me insane every day, but I put my head down and worked it out. Literally. I could only hope that by keeping my head out of the clouds, I could move up faster than the sighs could grow louder.
"You're wearing a hole in that rag." Someone said over my shoulder with a thick accent to her english. I jumped, hitting my head on the wooden counter I was cleaning under in surprise. "Ow." I muttered, crawling out on my hands and knees to see who it was. Before m
Too Weird (BEN Drowned X Reader) Ch. 26
"Tom! Tom!" The girl clutching the last boy's jacket screamed. She nearly dove for him, but was stopped by the other teen. "Laura, don't go near her." He said, the shake in his tone giving away the terror he felt despite his calm expression. You stared down at the boy named Tom. A large pool of blood was gathering around his head, staining the ground crimson.
"I didn't mean.... I'm sorry... I-I...." You grappled for words, taking a step towards the two teens with one hand outstretched. Laura jumped, hiding behind the boy. With one hand on Laura, the boy pushed her back. "Stay away from us. You... You... Murderer." You froze, the word ringing in your ears.
"You're wrong. I-I'm not... I didn't mean to kill him." You said, picking up your blood stained suitcase. 'But... I suppose I am killer now.' You thought. You had made up your mind earlier, that much
Changing (Prince! Prussia X Reader) Chapter 3
I slowly unpacked my traveling bag in my portion of the servants’ chambers. It was small, but not uncomfortable. There were two different rooms, both identical in appearance. One was for the men and the other for the women, clearly distinguishable by the colors. There was no divider between the beds, but I suppose it didn’t matter. Each servant had a cot on a metal frame and an old bureau to put the uniforms in along with any other clothes brought with you for days off. This was definitely a change from the lush manor I lived my whole life in, but I relished in the face of freedom. Freedom from my aunt that is.
After I met the royal family, I was given a very detailed outline of my line of work. I was to start work in the kitchen (cleaning no less) and the more I did, the faster I would work my way up to the top of the chain: serving the royals themselves. Following that was a daily task list, a brief tour of the castle, and finally being shown my room, where I cu
Changing (Prince! Prussia X Reader) Chapter 2
It’s been two days since I left and I’m still lost. The night I left I realized I had no idea where I was headed other than down the dirt road and away from the empty manor. I had stayed the night in a rather run down inn, but good enough for a quick stop. I left off early in the morning, only to get more lost in the strange city.
“Does anyone know the way to the castle?” I asked around, hoping someone would be able to help me find my way. The people just pushed by, ignoring my pleas for help as they went upon their daily lives. I sighed, kicking the dirt in frustration. Suddenly a hand wrapped around my waist, lifting me easily up into the air. “Hey! Set me down!” I shouted, angrily turning around to see who it was. A man with platinum white hair and shining red eyes smirked as he set me down on the horse. It certainly made things a lot easier, being above the crowd instead of in it, but that was just uncalled for.
Changing (Prince!Prussia X Reader) Chapter 5
"Because of the tragic event, you will be allowed one week off. After that we'll arrange a new working station for you, as my late queen would have wanted. I'm sorry for your loss."
The words still rang in my head, passed the headache and the muffled sobs. I was drowning in apologies and condolences from my coworkers. Had I just stayed, maybe she wouldn't have died! If I had just did as she asked, been the good girl she thought I was. Instead I ran like a self-centered child to the castle, not even thinking about what could happen to her after I left.
"Self pity doez nothing you know." A rough voice said from the doorway. I lifted my head before ducking it quickly, more to hide my red swollen eyes and less out of respect for the angry looking prince watching me. "Sorry, but I b-believe I have a week off." I said, stuttering over my words as I suppressed a guilt filled sob. Prince Ludwig, or just Ludwig for short, continued to stare with his cold, ice blue eyes. "Did you know they